Points up front: “Thanks for the loan.” “What loan?”
Direct lending sounds simple enough; borrowers have direct engagement with a small set of lenders and negotiate a private agreement for the long-haul. Sounds easy enough, except when the lender claims to have no idea about the deal you’ve just announced.
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